Confronting Reality in Cyberspace: Foreign Policy for a Fragmented Internet
The era of the global internet is over, and the early advantages the United States and its allies held in cyberspace have largely disappeared. China and Russia in particular are working to export their authoritarian models of the internet around the world. The CFR-sponsored Independent Task Force proposes a new foreign policy for cyberspace founded on three pillars: building an internet coalition, employing pressure on adversaries and establishing pragmatic cyber norms, and getting the U.S. cyber house in order. Watch experts talk about the new realities of cyberspace at the launch of the Independent Task Force report at the Council on Foreign Relations. Task Force co-chair Nate Fick introduces this expert panel.
Technology Reporter, New York Times
Jami Miscik Vice Chairman, Board of Directors, Council on Foreign Relations; Task Force Co-Chair
Adam Segal Ira A. Lipman Chair in Emerging Technologies and National Security and Director of the Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program, Council on Foreign Relations; Task Force Director;
Gordon M. Goldstein Adjunct Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations; Task Force Deputy Director
Niloofar Razi Howe Senior Operating Partner, Energy Impact Partners; CFR Member; Task Force Member
Will Hurd Former U.S. Representative from Texas (R); CFR Member; Task Force Member